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Cadburys's BrunchbreaksSunflower, Hazlenut, Raisin

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Brand: Cadburys's / Type: Cereal Bars

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      28.07.2009 17:53
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      I love Cabdurys products. Most of the ones I try I end up buying time and time again, I really do think they are the superior brand on the market at the moment. I really like Cadbury's standard brunch bars, as they are a savori version of a tasty chocolate bar, so when I saw these on offer for half the price and with added goodness I thought I would give these a go. I wish I hadnt bothered now...

      Cadburys brunch bar comes in multipacks (of 6) in a cardboard box, which is great as it is recyclable. The box is brightly coloured with pictures of healthy looking oats on the front and the traditional Cadburys logo which to me is like a sign of quality when it comes to confectionary products. When opening the box you are presented with 6 individually wrapped cereal bars. They come in foil wrapping which is good as it keeps them fresh and it is easy to remove the wrapping without ruining the bars.

      The bars are oaty based, with a layer of chocolate covering the bottom half. The chocolate of course is delicious as it carries that wonderful Cadburys recipe. The oats, as this is a special variation bar also contain sunflower seeds, hazlenuts and raisins. I think the oast would indeed create a lovely flavour combination, but so much sweetness is added that it really overpowers what they have to offer, and ruins what could potentially be a very healthy bar. I know I sound crazy, expecting a healthy bar from cadburys, but when I saw it had hazlenuts, sunflower seeds, oats and raisins I got my hopes up a little bit!

      I don't think I will be buying these bars again. They were not as nice as a chocolate bar, yet offered limited health alternatives, so they didn't really have a strong point as such.

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